BROMSGROVE residents from far and wide have been invited to a charity fun day to enjoy cakes, bands and much more whilst also raising money for life-saving equipment.
The event which will take place today (Sunday) from 12pm at the Bromsgrove Unionist Club, on the Kidderminster Road, marks the 12 month anniversary of the death of 17-year-old Taylorann Woolley who sadly passed away after she went into cardiac arrest.
The day will be held in aid of the Charlotte and Craig Saving Hearts Foundation which was launched by Maggie and Robert Underwood who lost two children in similar circumstances. The money will be used to buy and install defibrillators in and around the Bromsgrove and Redditch areas.
At the event, which has been organised by Taylorann’s mum Tracey Harris, there will be a tombola and a raffle with amazing prizes, a sweet shop, craft stalls and much more including a bouncy castle and water stocks.
All are invited and welcome.